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Completion of the plastid proteome map for genome-scale constraint-based modeling by functional characterization of protein import and targeted proteomics

Applicant Baginsky Sacha
Number 127202
Funding scheme Project funding (Div. I-III)
Research institution Martin Luther Universität Institut für Biochemie
Institution of higher education ETH Zurich - ETHZ
Main discipline Biochemistry
Start/End 01.02.2010 - 30.09.2011
Approved amount 190'414.00
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All Disciplines (2)

Discipline
Biochemistry
Cellular Biology, Cytology

Keywords (5)

proteomics; systems biology; plant; plastid; protein-import

Responsible applicant and co-applicants

Publications

Publication
pep2pro: a new tool for comprehensive proteome data analysis to reveal information about organ-specific proteomes in Arabidopsis thaliana.
Baerenfaller Katja, Hirsch-Hoffmann Matthias, Svozil Julia, Hull Roger, Russenberger Doris, Bischof Sylvain, Lu Qintao, Gruissem Wilhelm, Baginsky Sacha, pep2pro: a new tool for comprehensive proteome data analysis to reveal information about organ-specific proteomes in Arabidopsis thaliana., in Integrative Biology (Cambr.), 3, 225-237.
Plastid proteome assembly without Toc159: photosynthetic protein import and accumulation of N-acetylated plastid precursor proteins
Bischof Sylvain, Baerenfaller Katja, Widlhaber Thomas, Trösch Raphael, Vidi Pierre-Alaxandre, Roschitzki Bernd, Hirsch-Hoffmann MAtthias, Hennig Lars, Kessler Felix, Gruissem Wilhelm, Baginsky Sacha, Plastid proteome assembly without Toc159: photosynthetic protein import and accumulation of N-acetylated plastid precursor proteins, in The Plant Cell.
The acidic A-domain of Arabidopsis TOC159 occurs as a hyperphosphorylated protein.
Agne Birgit, Andres Charles, Montandon Cyril, Christ Bastian, Ertan Anouk, Jung Friederike, Infanger Sybil, Bischof Sylvain, Baginsky Sacha, Kessler Felix, The acidic A-domain of Arabidopsis TOC159 occurs as a hyperphosphorylated protein., in Plant Physiology, 153, 1016-1030.
The chloroplast import receptor Toc90 partially restores the accumulation of Toc159 client proteins in the Arabidopsis thaliana ppi2 mutant.
Infanger Sybil, Bischof Sylvain, Hiltbrunner Andreas, Agne Birgit, Baginsky Sacha, Kessler Felix, The chloroplast import receptor Toc90 partially restores the accumulation of Toc159 client proteins in the Arabidopsis thaliana ppi2 mutant., in Molecular Plant, 4, 252-263.

Scientific events

Active participation

Title Type of contribution Title of article or contribution Date Place Persons involved
Annual Meeting of the French Proteomics Society 19.09.2011 Wien, Österreich
COSI - Chloroplast Signaling 31.08.2011 Primosten, Kroatien
Plant Gene Discovery Technologies 23.02.2011 Avignon, Frankreich


Associated projects

Number Title Start Funding scheme
112565 Chloroplast proteome analysis: new insights into intracellular protein trafficking 01.04.2006 Project funding (Div. I-III)

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